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the american way in almost identical language to that which obama reported seen in terms for my father. trues her father came out in 1995. the audio dream in 2005, that book after obama's historic 4004 democratic convention speech, whereupon i began his rise to the presidency and the audio version in 2005, frank marshall davis is completely purged. he's not mention one time anywhere. you could listen to the audio version and it goes word for word you come to the section on frank and it just skips. it skips ahead a few paragraphs come a few pages again and again and again. frank marshall davis because obama now and handlers and so forth no pleasant to for him to acknowledge the relationship with a man who is an actual member of communist party u.s.a. >> or political science professor. how did you become interested in the story? >> a previous book was called dupes on how the american communist movement deliberately sought out american progressives and liberals and lied to them. they would admit they themselves were communists. these these liberals and progressives that one of the american commu
is an african-american are. th did not happen by itself and it is not herman. they did not give mr. obama and the first lady the deed to the white house. they give them a four-year lease. [laughter] they will have to leave area and what will happen between now and then and what will happen after they are gone. we need to be guided by guys that help make that possible -- by those that helped make that possible. we need to use this window of time properly. if we relax and act like the struggle is over, we will end up worse than it was before we started. [applause] would like each of you to take two minutes to tell us where you see where we are and where we are generally headed. i just want an overview from then i want to go to our legends. >> thank you very much. to the pastor of the church, great to be in uniform -- in this beautiful place this morning. [applause] reverend al sharpton, another big round of applause [applause] friendship andis my colleagues on the panel, i am the brother in the middle. and to the legends over on my left and you're right. i want to join in saying thank you t
. >> i'm not sure i agree with the premise that it's a big defeat for president obama. clearly, it's something he wanted to happen, chris. i think he never had it on his agenda until newtown occurred. once newtown happened, there was a sudden shift in terms of the polls, american public opinion, and people said, we need to do something. we can't have small children slaughtered in an i dyllic community like newtown, connecticut. right now the emphasis is can the senate work with anybody. the silent filibuster -- you had a clear majority of the senators, 55, who supported this legislation, and as congresswoman harman pointed out, this was a compromise legislation. this was no hard line. the question becomes, should they have not ever focused on assault weapons? should they have never focused on high capacity magazines? did that waste time? should the president have acted more quickly in the wake of newtown to get this done? these are all tactical measures. as harry reid, the majority leader in the senate, said this week, if you have 90% of the american people and 80% of republicans s
, like mr. leahy and all the people on the democratic side. the thing because of president obama's direct this involvement with black americans and jobs and his abandonment of us, do you think that there could be a backlash in the 2014 election, where the 93% or the portion of the 93% of the people that voted for him in the election would deny him the president of gaining the house? there is this message a foot in the black community, because we know that he has not done anything for black americans. thank you so much for taking my call. i love c-span. host: thank you for your call and comments. guest: >> on one hand you have the argument, people saying if you give a pathway to citizenship, they are going to take jobs away from people who should be able to have those jobs. the counter argument is, these people are often working jobs that others would not want or be able to have. that is a tricky situation. it is very interesting and theking how, despite unemployment rate that is a little under 8%, we have now seen some polling with leaders on capitol hill, all the stars seem to line to ad
in the united states senate. look at the congress agriculture rating, 79 percent of americans say congress does not work. they are not -- they do not have the feeling about president obama. >>chris: so, not a big defeat for president obama? >> of course it is. he went around the country and on wednesday night he had a meltdown in the rose garden because the senators actually voted the way they felt was the right way to vote is there a serious public policy argument for background checks --. >> the farrents of newtown want something done. >> i have the greatest empathy for the parents but they never made a public policy argument for the bill. >> the policy argument is so clear we should not have easy access to guns people who have criminal records or people with any kind record or who are many tale comp at this . should not be allowed to get it. we see in newtown but each day in the streets of washington, dc, chicago, new york, a slaughter because we will not do anything. >> we have the tightest gun control legislation. >> the guns come from places with lax gun control legislation. >>chris: i wi
that it's a big defeat for president obama. he's something he wanted to happen but i think he never had it on the agenda until newtown occurred. once newtown happened there was a shift in the polls, the american public opinion. people said we need to do something that you can have the small children slaughtered in idyllic community like newtown, connecticut. right now, and i think the emphasis is can the senate work with anybody? i mean the silent filibuster -- you had a clear majority of the senators, 55, who supported this legislation. congressman harman pointed out this was no some promize legislation. this was a hard line. so should they have never focused on assault weapon or high capacity magazine? did it waste time? should the president acted more quickly in the aftermath of newtown to get it done? those are tactical measures. but the thing is, as harry reid, the majority leader in the senate said this week, when you have 90% of the american people, and 80% of republicans saying okay, background checks are a good idea. we like that. the senate still can't get it done, the emphasi
. so it's also the perceived threat from pakistan inside the obama administration receded, and so people move to yemen, and so after that 2011 time frame, which was really the sort of the nadir relationship of the u.s.-pakistan, the members of american undercover officers i think has gone down significantly. >> how many of the paramilitary groups spoke of earlier are in pakistan? how are they funded? how significant are they? >> the american -- >> no, the pakistan side. >> well, so if you, this is another subject of dispute. the pakistani government has, you know, denies that it does -- has any support, and i think there is legitimate concern while there was once support for these troops that were used as a force for india, have carried out attacks inside pakistan, and so whether it's the pakistani pal ban rather than the afghan taliban which is what is known, they carry out on pakistani soil so i think there is this fear among pakistani security officials that this monster's been created that has, to some degree, gone back on its creator and hurt and killed thousands and thousand
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